When most people talk about a rookie on the Washington Redskins, they focus on quarterback Robert Griffin, III and with good reason. But there’s another rookie who’s running away from the competition as well.
Freshman Miami Hurricanes running back Duke Johnson has been named the ACC’s Rookie of the Year for 2012 while Duke head coach took home the conference’s coach of the year honors Tuesday.
One of the more surprising incidents in the Miami Dolphins’ blowout loss to the Tennessee Titans Sunday was the benching of starting running back Reggie Bush.
The Miami Hurricanes and the Virginia Tech Hokies have had seasons both fanbases would like to forget, but both are still in position to make it to the ACC Championship game if they win the rest of the games, starting with a Thursday night matchup at Sun Life Stadium.
Tim Tebow has spent his career making the most out of some bad situations on the field. But injuries may force the New York Jets to put Tebow in a position he hasn’t been in before, running back.
Miami Dolphins running back has no problems running into 300 plus pound linemen, but he’s about to take on one of his biggest challenges at home.
The old adage in the NFL is to win you have to be able to run the football and stop the run. The Miami Dolphins are running Reggie Bush to success and the Fins’ defensive front seven has become the pre-eminent run-stoppers in the NFL this season.
If it was up to Reggie Bush, he’d be in uniform and in the starting lineup against the Arizona Cardinals. But, that decision has yet to be made by Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin.
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush, the NFL’s second-leading rusher, is expected to undergo an MRI Monday after he suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s Dolphins loss against the New York Jets at Sun Life Stadium.
After running for a career high 26 times for 172 yards and 2 touchdowns, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week.